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“Una collezione da non sottovalutare”

Fondazione Salvatore Romano
Ranked #222 of 655 things to do in Florence
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Owner description: The church of Santo Spirito old refectory, built in fourteenth-century, is dominated by the imposing fourteenth-century fresco by Andrea Orcagna. It houses the works donated by the collector Salvatore Romano: sculptures, decorations, detached frescoes and furnishings, from ancient Rome to the seventeenth century, among which an Angel and a Caryatid by Tino di Camaino, two fragments of reliefs attributed to Donatello and a Madonna and Child attributed to the circle of Jacopo della Quercia.
Reviewed 21 July 2012
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